The Nana family supports conservation efforts in Missouri and beyond. This scholarship is to honor the outdoor legacy Rohil Nana, a lifelong outdoorsman whose passion for hunting led to the development of conservation management efforts for the Himalayan ibex in the Indian subcontinent. The goal of this scholarship is to support ethnic diversity within natural resource management. Applicants should be an individual of ethnic minority and must be enrolled in a field of study related to the management of natural resources, specifically fish, wildlife, forest, soil, and water at either the graduate or undergraduate level.

Ethnic Minority Heritage Defined As:

  • Asian / Indian Subcontinent
  • African American
  • Hispanic or Latino American
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